Ceara Lynch is a professional femdom humiliatrix extraordinaire specializing in the production of fetish videos. Lynch is host of SUBSPACE, a monthly podcast on which she interviews other professional fetish performers and clients. The film, Use Me (2019), is a tantalizing view into her lucrative cyber business.
Lynch stumbled across her first business opportunity while using an online dating service. After selling underwear and urine to one of her admirers for a hefty sum, Lynch recognized the potential for an internet-based business model. She expanded to offer a selection of salable products including personal items and costumes. Currently, Lynch produces fetish videos for her website, where she offers monthly subscriptions and custom videos. After the success of her online business, Lynch launched the SUBSPACE in 2016. As host, Lynch interviews fetish performers about their lives beyond the sex industry. In episode 2, Lynch discusses the ethics of fetishized racial humiliation with a self-proclaimed “social justice warrior” with a kink for racial fetishes.
Ceara Lynch stars in Use Me, which is directed by Australian filmmaker, Julian Shaw. Use Me keeps viewers guessing whether the film is a documentary or fiction as Shaw and Lynch, who play themselves, get caught up between reality and fantasy. Use Me received the Indie Spirit award at the 2019 Sydney Underground Film Fest.
Lynch and director and co-star Julian Shaw were interviewed by Alex Saveliev in Film Threat about their relationship on and off screen. Lynch and Shaw also appeared together on the Standard Deviation podcast, which explored behind the scenes of making Use Me. Lynch has been featured on the Joe Rogan Experience, where she describes her career as a sex worker. On episode 48 of the Holly Randall Unfiltered podcast, Lynch was interviewed about her documentary and the strangest things men have paid her to do, including humiliating a live lobster.